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Subject: was soso mmmmmm good!!!
Wow, what a great show! Thnx challlleeee millaa' 4 the crunchy board. I was at this summer in dooh sho' and it was so tasty. Brings back some great memories! !
Otis J Flywheel -
Subject: Thank You for a real good time!
I thought this was one of the best second sets of this summer tour. I was, and still am highly impressed with this scarlet fire. I agree with an earlier poster, I prefer Brent on the keyboards. But Vince and Bruce were competent, and I did enjoy them both, but Vince was on, as well as the rest of the band tonite. The second night was good but nothing like this. Look at the first set , it was strong well played, with several of my personal favorites, Jack Straw, BTW,NEW Speedway, and Promised-YIKES!!
One of my top 10 favorite shows I do believe. Never had such a good time in my life before.
Subject: Red Hot
I was in attendance both nights and remembered these shows being hot (what the heck were they doing in Albany in June, and how did so few heads show up??!!). Then I was moved when I found my stack of stubs @ Mom's house last month (Feb 2010 already!!!!) and was driven to listen the 20 some shows whole. I'm a die-hard Brent area fanatic, but am always extra impressed when they come thru so hard post era. This show sets the bar!!! God bless!
Subject: Great '92 Show
I was at this show, one of 9 I caught on this tour, with by buddies Smotis and Frangakis. Shows was really terrific in person (and here).
When the boys came out to start the second set, I started telling everyone that they were going to play a Monster Scarlet Fire. When they started playing Scarlet, the guy next to me handed me a big 'ol J, and said with a huge smile, "Thanks Man, for the Scarlet Fire."
Yup, this was a good one.
Not only because i was there, The black throated china doll and attics for crying out loud!!! scarlet fire was smoking .. a keeper for sure.
Subject: Was this really a 1992 show?
One of the hottest shows of 1992. Very strong first set. A powerful late period Sugaree followed by some off kilter vocals by Vince and Phil on BEW and BTW which seemed to excite this crowd. New Speedway Boogie makes a surprise appearance after a long absence. The second set is one of the best of 1992 with the exception of Truckin' (which fails to ignite) features the band on all throttles. The show ends with a nicely executed Attics of my Life. You are left wondering after listening to this, was this really a 1992 show?